Shareholders want Phillips 66 to study risks of investing in virgin plastic

May 25, 2022 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


In a first for a resin producer, a slight majority of Phillips 66 Co.'s shareholders have told the company it needs to detail its financial risks if the economy transitions away from virgin plastics toward much more use of recycled resins.



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